North Shore Winnetka Real Estate Agent, Erin Ritchie, provides a total commitment to her clients and comprehensive knowledge of the market ensuring success in the purchase or sale of your home.
Erin's goal is to ensure that buying or selling your home is a smooth and seamless process. Having lived in Chicago for a decade and now in the North Shore for as long, Erin is equipped with a comprehensive knowledge of both the city and suburbs. Listening, and understanding clients needs, is second nature. Helping clients make the right choice is her specialty.
Erin is rooted in the community with strong connections and resources that can help you with your move, purchase or sale. With all 3 of her children in area schools, Erin has a thorough knowledge of the school system and the wealth of programs offered for your family. Erin has an expert eye when it comes to design and home renovation. She will use her skills to help in the sale and staging of your home as well as ensuring that you get maximum value for your home.
Erin offers a total commitment to her clients guaranteeing quick response and direct communication as well as excellence in negotiation, pricing, and deal structure. In-depth knowledge of the market, integrity, honesty, and solution-oriented problem solving ensure success for you!
I love the sales and the negotiation but it is the people and the process, the relationships and connections, that make working in real estate so satisfying. Seeing your clients happy at closing is the ultimate good review!
more about Erin:
Growing up in Little Rock, AR, Erin is no stranger to making people feel at home. Erin attended LSU, Clemson Business School and lived in Atlanta and San Francisco. She landed in Chicago after she fell in love with the easy going warm nature of the Midwest and a great guy from Barrington, whom she married in 2003.
Four years and three kids later, their family made the move from the Chicago to the North Shore settling in Winnetka. Erin has been heavily involved in community programs and is on the volunteer boards of several well known Chicago institutions including the Chicago Botanic Garden and the Rush Woman's Board.